accessibility archives

A bit about responsive web design

I recently launched a new KUCRL website for our lecture series, CRL Learns. We had been running some outdated backend software and the whole look needed to be refreshed, so I decided to take the opportunity to try out something … Read

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Learning your craft: Universal Design for Web Apps

Over the next six months, I will be sharing some of my own experiences going from EdTech novice and adolescent literacy dilettante to a (hopefully) somewhat knowledgable specialist. While I am fully prepared to blaze my own autodidactic trail, feel … Read

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Learning your craft: Universal Design for Learning

Over the next six months, I will be sharing some of my own experiences going from EdTech novice and adolescent literacy dilettante to a (hopefully) somewhat knowledgable specialist. While I am fully prepared to blaze my own autodidactic trail, feel … Read

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Learning your craft: Assistive Technology & Universal Design

Over the next six months, I will be sharing some of my own experiences going from EdTech novice and adolescent literacy dilettante to a (hopefully) somewhat knowledgable specialist. While I am fully prepared to blaze my own autodidactic trail, feel … Read

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A 99-year-old’s first computer is an iPad

A few weeks ago a video of a two-year-old sitting down with an iPad made the online rounds. I like this one more–Virginia Campbell, in her 100th year, just got an iPad. It’s her first computer. I’ll let the video … Read

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Convert text to speech online with Zamzar

Zamzar, a free, easy-to-use file conversion service, comes in handy when you need to open a file, but don’t have the right software to do so. They’ve added a new conversion: text-to-speech. Just upload a document, select MP3 as the … Read

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